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In our first night in Vathi, the port from where Odysseus left for Troia with 12 ships of the near-by islands at around 1250 b.c., we decided to eat fish. By asking around, information brought us to Trechantiri in an inner road. We asked for...More
I’ve only been in Ithaca for two nights but already I’m planning to go back to Taverna Trehantiri. I’ve ate out a lot in Greece and I don’t want anything over complicated and I don’t want to be ripped off. I went tonight and had...More
On all of our visits to Ithaka we have never failed to eat, at least once, at this restaurant. We love the style, the old fashioned manner, the lovely food and the typical Greek ambience. It has grown (almost doubled in size since last year)...More
Nice spot, particularly if it is windy on the front! We had a starter to share (can't remember the name but is began with a S and it was a local specialty from the starter menu) it was 2 fish with berries which was delicious,...More
The service was excellent, the girl who has served us was really kind, helpful and look after us. We ordered four plates, one greek salad, one mushroom pie, kleftiko “goat with peppers baked in the baking paper” along with homemade potatoes and beef with carrots...More